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... cut across on the map near Altar Rock (an indian religious point that was on the highest point on the island). Well that very sandy bike ride did not turn out to be anyone's (but my) favorite. We traversed about 2 mile so the inner island and, at one point, were so secluded from the world in sand and green shrubs that everyone was concerned we were never going to see civilization again. Chase was pushing ahead on his bad knee. Mom was lagging way behind as she wrecked ...
The day started out with breakfast in the hotel Vanderbilt Grace. The house was originally built by Alfred Vanderbilt for his mistress. Then it was converted to a YMCA for years until it was converted to a Boutique hotel that we stayed at with 33 rooms. We had the same waitress, Laura, that we had yesterday. She is a student at U of Rhode Island. Another good meal, checked out and drove to the Providence Airport getting there by 10 am. ...
... the car watching the movies
ESME: The water at Lecount was like Antartica
MICAH: I saw a school of fish underneath the dock at Long Pond
CHARLIE: it was fun building sand castles
CARTER: The best part was building sand castles with Charlie and Max
POP POP: Micah swam to the dock un aided twice at Long Pond
HW: next year the kids will be able to go out to the dock without adults with then YEAH
... went behind the dock for the first time alone with Carter as my buddy
CHARLIE: I liked swimming out to the buoys and pretending they were our cousins.
POP POP: toughed out a 20 min rain storm and didn't leave and the sun came out
HW: Great day! going to the play tonight and tomorrow to Newcomb to ride the waves.
... from "The Mountain Song" on the top of the Mountain. Our last full day, we got high tea (there were cucumber sandwiches and scones and dainty chocolates!) and shopped and shopped more. I've never in my life had such a desire to shop. (Though it wasn't the first time on the trip that I surprised myself by doing something completely uncharacteristic)
Friday 8/27 Before I left for Scotland, I swore that I would try haggis. And I did, finally, at ...